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D.C.M.

British.
1.
Distinguished Conduct Medal.
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  • I hear on good authority that the gunner will get the D.C.M.

    The Secrets of a Kuttite Edward O. Mousley
  • To get rid of him, they put him into the trench mortars and within a month he had won his D.C.M.

    Carry On Coningsby Dawson
  • Blofeld got the military cross for the night's work, and several of the enlisted men got the D.C.M.

    A Yankee in the Trenches R. Derby Holmes
  • This makes a coincidence in our family, two brothers having the M.M. and one the D.C.M.

  • Seddons, of the 4th Hussars, showed great gallantry during the defence of the eastern bridge and was deservedly awarded the D.C.M.

    The First Seven Divisions Ernest W. Hamilton
  • His friend was a cheery, sunburnt youth called Ingram, who had got the D.C.M.

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